17 June 2008

KingCast marvels in amazement as Gregory W. Floyd, once a threat to society, is freed on an $80K O/R bail reduction and no trial dates have been set.


Dear Prosecutor Hilaire:

Can you please advise me what the State Plans to do with Gregory W. Floyd and when?

The headline really says it all, and here's the MSNBC story. I got a call blood-curlingly early this morning from a Franconia Collective member who told me that during the bail hearing )which must have been recently scheduled because I check on Floyd hearings weekly), AJ Boisvert fainted and had to be taken to the hospital. Let me remind everyone some of what Floyd did toward Law Enforcement as noted in the Nashua Telegraph:
A judge ordered Gregory Floyd, 50, of Easton, held on $20,000 bail on several charges after a sheriff's department captain described a courthouse outburst in which he said Floyd threatened a former state police detective, punched a court officer in the head, then continued a "barrage" of threats on the way to the county jail.

On the stand Wednesday, Leavitt said Floyd repeatedly referred to the Kenney shooting.

"He said he had proven he could kill once when he killed Liko Kenney and was prepared to do it a second time if his rights were denied," Leavitt said.

Leavitt said that while in the cruiser Tuesday, Floyd told him and a deputy that he had friends in the South "and if we went down there, his friends would take care of us."

I think one possible reason Judge McKenna let him go is in the comments.

Interestingly, there is no date scheduled for pending cases including the charges for his 15 April outburst nor is there anything set regarding the 10-year order of Good Behaviour.

Nor is there any sentencing scheduled for his conviction for threatening AJ Boisvert.

Meanwhile Junior keeps getting continuances like there's no tomorrow on a simple theft charge.

Here is why NH AG Kelly Ayotte should have opened an investigation into murder charges.
One -- Some history.
Two -- The McKay spent casings evidence.

The Floyds are indeed the Teflon Dons of North Country, and we have to ask why. Many of us will be asking that of the U.S. House later this summer and I probably won't be riding home from past 116/112/Hummingbird Lane anymore.

Unfortunately, Alma Jean Boisvert still has to live there, right next to Floyd, a man who was recently declared a threat to society by Judge McKenna, who just released him yesterday because now I guess he's not. Truly a Renaissance Man, that Floyd. Here he is discussing the finer points of postmodern abstractionism with local LE while threatening to kill them.

PS: What of those "43 kills" that Floyd said he has done?

17 comments:

Christopher King said...

Here is one thing that may have factored into the bail reduction, from a practical perspective, as quoted from the Nashua Telegraph story:

McKenna allowed Floyd to question Leavitt in court Wednesday [KingCast edit -- in April], in that Leavitt's testimony was the state's basis for asking for higher bail.

Floyd: "At precisely what point did you tell me I was under arrest?"

.....See that is precisely where Bruce McKay screwed up with Sarah, as noted in the Troy Watts file; read the Motion to Suppress as JPEG'd herein:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/05/kingcast-mothers-day-notice-of-bad.html

26. What Corporal McKay did not do is offer any justification as to why he was asking the defendant out of her car. He did not ask her to step out for a sobriety test, and as stating in his report, there was no request to step out of her car for a sobriety test. On these facts, the only basis upon which he could have forced the defendant to leave her car involuntarily was if she was under arrest.

27. The Corporal, however, does not metion the word "arrest" in requiring of the defendant that she exit the vehicle.

Christopher King said...

When will Gregory W. Floyd stand trial or face sentencing?
Tuesday, June 17, 2008 6:42 AM
From: This sender is DomainKeys verified"Christopher King" kingjurisdoctor@yahoo.com
To: martha.mcleod@leg.state.nh.us, graftonca@yahoo.com, townclerk@franconianh.org, dmullen@ranspell.com, police@franconianh.org, selectmen@franconianh.org, Marta.Modigliani@dos.nh.gov, USANH.Webmail@usdoj.gov, david.frydman@leg.state.nh.us, Kelly.Ayotte@doj.nh.gov....

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/06/kingcast-marvels-in-amazement-as.html

17 June 2008

KingCast marvels in amazement as Gregory W. Floyd, once a threat to society, is freed on an $80K OR bail reduction and no trial dates have been set.

Dear Prosecutor Hilaire:

Can you please advise me what the State Plans to do with Gregory W. Floyd and when?

The headline really says it all, and here's the MSNBC story. I got a call blood-curlingly early this morning......

Anonymous said...

HI KELLY!!!! Floyd is YOUR MAN! YOUR hero, You let him go. This pandoras box Is YOUR FAULT. Never Forget it.

Christopher King said...

6:23

Sadly, Floyd will likely do something else in a while that will be yet another constant reminder.

The key question is, however this:

Why have no trial or sentencing dates been set?

Anonymous said...

SHAHEEN! talk about poison politics! I wonder if NH is aware how the former governor views the North Country, and more importantly, why the Shaheen lawfirm would chose to represent Floyd? isn't the wife running for senate or something?

Christopher King said...

6:37

Shaheen & Gordon hired a convicted felon who had been disbarred, so there's no surprises there whatsoever.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/05/hey-kingcast-im-confused-can-you.html

And yes, Jeanne Shaheen is running for Senate as is Martha McLeod, the State Rep from Franconia who lied to the Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee.

I'll be suing her in a few weeks for her emails on HB 1428 Bruce McKay highway.

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/06/kingcast-tells-martha-mcleod-and-nh.html

Peace.

Anonymous said...

Not to put too fine a point on it, but Shaheen is running for U.S. Senate against Sununu. Talk about absurd. She embarrassed herself completely as Governor, and passed along that ineptitude to her Democratic successor, Lynch. How anyone could possibly be a Democrat nowadays is beyond me, and this coming from a person who voted for McGovern back in the early 70s. There’s a common thread amongst the Dems that is disturbing.

McLeod, Shaheen, and to a much more dismal extent, Hilary are all cut of the same cloth. They give a bad name to feminism in that they are devoid of any scruples, will try to win at literally any cost, even to the extent of corruption, and then make references to the “glass ceiling”.

The men are worse in the Leftist movement… they all have lost their moral compasses. It’s all about power, and they use that powerful rhetoric much the same, and not so much to a lesser degree, as Hitler did to mobilize the Third Reich. Once IN power, who knows what may happen? Imagine the happenings in Franconia blown out exponentially to a National event of some kind?

Scary…

Christopher King said...

7:23

Never been a fan of gender or race politics and this is why, people like them and J. Kenneth Blackwell; I had his number back in 1989:

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/08/kingcast-says-ha-ha-to-ken-blackwell.html

Peace.

Anonymous said...

Gee, sure seems biased... all that stuff about MA, and all he was found guilty of was disturbing the peace?

Hmmm. You are losing it, Chris.

Christopher King said...

8:37

I'm not "losing" anything, merely pointing out that Senor Floyd is indeed the Teflon Don both in Mass and in NH and even Federally, though he has ADMITTED to violating 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) on at least three occasions.

Join along and read them with me right here:

http://aycu12.webshots.com/image/40731/2005517229129190298_rs.jpg

Are we clear now?

Good.

Now do you care to explain how the McKay spent casings are about 30 feet away from Liko's car when Floyd claims to have been talking with Liko before he shot him.

I pretty much proved that in the links to this post in case you missed it.

People miss a lot of things, like where Casey Sherman is from:

topix.net/forum/city/franconia-nh/TSH6924SVCL9INOAJ

He's from Marshfield, just 'bout 5.2 miles from Duxbury, where his address appears on Topix where he complained of people trying to settle petty scores and such..

Thanks for stopping by.

Christopher King said...

You know what else bugs me about folks who don't take the time to read carefully?

They distract from any meaningful discourse. McKay had clearly turned partway before Liko shot him as I noted from the YouTube comments to the short video:

"Franconia 5/11: Injustice on Stilts"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kozCI7W9UpM#k3L4nqeR-8M

Rattler you distract from meaningful discourse. Haven't you read Kelly's official report at p. 24 "through and through superficial wound to the right forearm and four wounds to the right side."

http://doj.nh.gov/publications/nreleases/pdf/062507franconiareport.pdf

Damn can you get any clearer than that?

Damn.

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Which is part of why I'm going after the full autopsy and toxicology reports pursuant to

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2008/05/kingcast-demands-toxicology-report-for.html

Swickard v. Wayne County Medical Examiner, 438 Mich. 536 (1991)

OVERVIEW: A chief district court judge was found shot to death and the postmortem examination found that the gun shot was self inflicted. A newspaper reporter filed an action which sought disclosure of the coroner's report under the Freedom of Information Act,Mich. Comp. Laws § 15.231 et seq.

The trial court ordered disclosure of the report and the appellate court affirmed the trial court. The court affirmed the appellate court and held that the judge's common law privacy rights could not be maintained after his death and the relatives of the deceased who were objects of publicity could not maintain actions for invasion of privacy unless their own privacy was violated.

Further, the constitutional right of privacy could be asserted only by the person whose rights had been violated. The court found that no private facts of relatives would be revealed, the report would not reflect upon the lifestyle of any relatives, and the circumstances of the death were a matter of legitimate public concern.

Thus, no invasion of privacy was threatened. Further, information acquired during an autopsy fell outside the scope of the physician-patient privilege set out in Mich. Comp. Laws § 600.2157.

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Now whether NH chooses to follow that rationale is up to the Court but there's clearly a credible argument and it doesn't matter whether I'm a suspended attorney, a former reporter, an old skateboarder, a positively middling tennis player right now or whatever the hell I am to some of you dissenters.

The law is the issue, stay focused.

I am.

Anonymous said...

Not guilty means not guilty. You are talking about guilt by implication... which is not guilt. What if you were judged by everything you were found not guilty of?

Christopher King said...

1:16

First of all, many people do judge me by the bogus cases brought by NH AG Kelly Ayotte and Chief Dunn.

That having been said, Floyd has been guilty of many things, including 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) as he admitted.

As to the other criminal charges brought but not convicted -- and of the ones he IS GUILTY OF BUT NOT SENTENCED -- that's why he's the Teflon Don of North Country.

Christopher King said...

1:16 reprise:

Also, those rat bastards at American Tower Corporation lied to Chief Dunn and said that police had to escort me out of there and that I raised my voice during a bullshit meeting and blah blah blah.

When Attorney Crnilovic said they were lying they tried to bribe her with a Big Raise and she told them to go to hell; now I work with her and her brother.

But Chief Dunn and Kelly and many others judged me by that.

In the end ATC went on to settle a series of Civil Rights, Ethics and Wage and Labor cases for a total of something like $14M several of which I was directly involved.

Ask my trainee Michael Mae, whose thank you note was in this envelope.

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a335/christopher1/MichaelMae.jpg

Oh, yah.

Anonymous said...

1:16

Sentencing happens when the court decides. Didn't Floyd's attorney say he was appealling the verdict?

Also, who said it was right to charge you with things you weren't convicted of? Two wrongs don't make a right.

Christopher King said...

Sentencing happens when the court decides. Didn't Floyd's attorney say he was appealling the verdict?

.....Yah, and I'll bet if you tracked the typical time for sentencing it would Floyd would have been sentenced by now or at least a date set. I don't have time to do that sort of tracking but you know having been a reporter since the late 80's and a lawyer, suspended or not since 1993 I think I'm qualified to make that observation.

.....Also, an appeal has nothing to do with sentencing. For that matter Floyd could appeal the sentence, dig?

Also, who said it was right to charge you with things you weren't convicted of? Two wrongs don't make a right.

......Lots of people railed on me and continue to rail on me when it is really an dirty and incompetent AG and her minions who tried to railroad me. Also, as far as the 18 U.S.C. 922 (g)(1) violations that's pretty much strict liability: Once he handles or shoots a gun he's in violation, period.

Cheers,

-c

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